Endangered: Critical Thinking

Critical thinking has been weakened, is under attack, and is a dying thing. Story time. In a chat with one of my professors during my last semester at uni, they asked me what I thought the purpose of college was. “It’s supposed to develop critical thinking and the technical skills to back that up,” I […]

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NOT testicular torsion.

I used to carry my Glocks with just a trigger guard tied to one of my belt loops. It worked really well for low-pro, quick applications and for general hoodrat shid with my friends. But for legitimate concealed carry for a whole day in dynamic environments — I’m talking about all the environments outside of […]

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Justifying coolness.

Chest rigs are mad-popular right now, which is dope because the people who actually need/use them have options and a market full of competition to give them better products. But for the regular guy, justifying owning one is a little more difficult. A chest rig, so you know, is a little (usually a little bigger […]

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Some sort of Vudu

When someone asks you if you’d like to borrow their $4,900 SR25, you say yes. At least I did. My boy lent me this gun to try out the new Eotech Vudu PRS (precision rifle scope) that sits on top of it. The Vudu line is Eotech’s first entry in the PRS market and I was […]

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